The Keller Funnel is a cone-shaped device that helps Dr. Gerzenshtein position breast implants. The tip is inserted through the breast implant incision, and the implant is put into the slick funnel. Dr. Gerzenshtein uses a gentle push/squeeze motion to coax the implant into the correct position. One advantage to using the Keller Funnel is its no-touch sterile approach that reduces the risk of infection. Also, the device allows Dr. Gerzenshtein to use minimal amount of force when positioning the implants, putting less stress on the implant shell and decreasing the risk of the implant weakening or rupturing. This can reduce the chance of the implants needing to be removed and replaced again. A surgery using the Keller Funnel is shorter and requires smaller incisions and less tissue trauma than traditional breast augmentation repair.